We meet every Thursday at 7.00pm at Moti Mahal, Falnir Road, Mangalore
Rotary Club of Mangalore
The Four-Way Test
It is a code of ethics adopted by Rotary in 1943. The test, which has been translated into more than 100 languages, asks the following questions
Of the things we think, say or do
Rotary District 3181
Upcoming Rotary District 3181 Events
District 3181 was created in 2016 when the erstwhile Rotary district 3180 was bifurcated into Rotary Districts 3181 and 3182. Today, District 3181 comprises of the revenue districts of Mysore, Kodagu, Dakshina Kannada and Chamarajanagar covering 81 Rotary Clubs in 9 zones.
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Contributions to any of our projects may be made to our charitable trust. Kindly contact us regarding any contributions. Donations made to Rotary Club of Mangalore Charitable Trust are eligible for deduction under Section 80G of the Income-tax Act 1961 as per letter No.R-28/80G(R)CIT/MNG/09-10 valid from 01-04-2012 to perpetuity.
News & Events
Installation of Office Bearers is one of the major events in a Rotary year. Usually an august gathering with a lot of excitement, this function is attended by a large number of guests and Rotarians from other clubs, followed by fellowship and a sumptuous dinner. The...
Ride for Traffic Awareness – Bicycle Rally organised by Rotary Club of Mangaluru in association with Ecology, Environment and Social Causes Sub-Committee of KCCI & Mangalore Bicycle Club and was held on Sunday 16 February 2020. The ride started in front of Mangala...
Rotary Club of Mangalore ‘s Vocational Awards ceremony was held at Hotel Moti Mahal on 16th January 2020. Two eminent Personalities Dr U V Shenoy Pediatrician with extensive social works in health field and Mr. Iqbal Mohammad, MD of Semnox Solutions were awarded RCM...
The annual visit by the DG is a red letter day for the club. Rtn. Major Donor Joseph Mathew’s visit was no different. His warm and simple approach made an indelible impression on our club. The meeting was called to order by President Jathin Attavar. The Invocation was...